Charles Bennett. CH Bennett, G Brassard, S Popescu, B Schumacher, JA Smolin, ... CH Bennett, F Bessette, G Brassard, L Salvail, J Smolin, Journal of Computational Physics 22 (2), 245-268, International Journal of Theoretical Physics 21 (12), 905-940, CH Bennett, G Brassard, C Crépeau, UM Maurer, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 41 (6), 1915-1923, CH Bennett, E Bernstein, G Brassard, U Vazirani, SIAM journal on Computing 26 (5), 1510-1523, SIAM journal on Computing 17 (2), 210-229. Other research interests include algorithmic information theory, in which the concepts of information and randomness are developed in terms of the input/output relation of universal computers, and the analogous use of universal computers to define the intrinsic complexity or "logical depth" of a physical state as the time required by a universal computer to simulate the the evolution of the state from a random initial state. Charles H. has 1 job listed on their profile. quantum) channels can efficiently simulate another in the presence of shared randomness (resp. He graduated from Croton-Harmon High School in 1960 and from Brandeis University, majoring in chemistry, in 1964. Affiliation: IBM Research. Try again later. Widowed and remarried, he has a large family, including seven grandchildren of his late wife. Contact Information. For the next two years he continued this research under the late Aneesur Rahman at Argonne Laboratory. BIOGRAPHY of CHARLES H. BENNETT June 2020. enganglement). Fellow, IBM Research Division. CH Bennett, DP DiVincenzo, CA Fuchs, T Mor, E Rains, PW Shor, ... CH Bennett, DP DiVincenzo, PW Shor, JA Smolin, BM Terhal, ... New articles related to this author's research, Director of Theoretical Nanoelectronics, Forschungszentrum Juelich & Professor of Physics, RWTH Aachen, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo, Professor of Computer Science, ETH Zurich, QuTech, TU Delft & Forschungszentrum Juelich, University Professor, University of Waterloo, University of Munich, Max-Plank-Institute for Quantum Optics, Professor of Physics, University of Massachusetts Boston, Professor of Computer Science, Boston University, Teleporting an unknown quantum state via dual classical and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen channels, Quantum cryptography: Public key distribution and coin tossing, Communication via one-and two-particle operators on Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen states, Mixed-state entanglement and quantum error correction, Quantum cryptography using any two nonorthogonal states, Concentrating partial entanglement by local operations, Purification of noisy entanglement and faithful teleportation via noisy channels, Quantum cryptography without Bell’s theorem, Efficient estimation of free energy differences from Monte Carlo data, The thermodynamics of computation—a review, Strengths and weaknesses of quantum computing, Privacy amplification by public discussion. He received his PhD from Harvard in 1971 for molecular dynamics studies (computer simulation of molecular motion) under David Turnbull and Berni Alder. Since coming to IBM Reseach in 1972, he has worked on various aspects of the relation between physics and information. IBM Harvey Prize) 2017: Medal Diraca (ICTP) 2018: Nagroda Wolfa; Przypisy In 1993 Bennett and Brassard, in collaboration with Claude Crépeau, Richard Jozsa, Asher Peres, and William Wootters, discovered "quantum teleportation," an effect in which the complete information in an unknown quantum state is decomposed into purely classical information and purely non-classical Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) correlations, sent through two separate channels, and later reassembled in a new location to produce an exact replica of the original quantum state that was destroyed in the sending process. IBM FellowThomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA, Quantum Foundations of a Classical Universe Conference, ThinkQ 2015 - Challenges and applications for medium size quantum computers. The system can't perform the operation now. In 1984, with Gilles Brassard of the University of Montréal, building on Stephen Wiesner's seminal insights, developed a practical system of quantum cryptography, allowing secure communication between parties who share no secret information initially, with security based on the laws of quantum mechnaics instead of usual computational assumptions such as the difficulty of factoring, and with the help of their students a built a working demonstration of it in 1989. The following articles are merged in Scholar. He is an IBM Fellow, a Fellow of the American Physical Society, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. A Barenco, CH Bennett, R Cleve, DP DiVincenzo, N Margolus, P Shor, ... IBM journal of Research and Development 17 (6), 525-532, CH Bennett, HJ Bernstein, S Popescu, B Schumacher. His main hobbies are photography and music. Charles H. Bennett was born in 1943, the son of music teachers Anne Wolfe Bennett and Boyd Bennett. Charles Bennett Solution Design Architect, IBM Security Greater Atlanta Area Information Technology and Services physics of … Charles BENNETT, IBM Fellow of IBM, Armonk | Read 149 publications | Contact Charles BENNETT IBM Fellow. In 1973, building on the work of IBM's Rolf Landauer, he showed that general-purpose computation can be performed by a logically and thermodynamically reversible apparatus, which can operate with arbitrarily little energy dissipation per step because it avoids throwing away information about past logical states; and in 1982 he proposed a reinterpretation of Maxwell's demon, attributing its inability to break the second law to the thermodynamic cost of destroying, rather than acquiring, information. Charles H. Bennett (ur. 2008: Nagroda Harveya (ang. The ones marked, CH Bennett, G Brassard, C Crépeau, R Jozsa, A Peres, WK Wootters, International Conference on Computers, Systems & Signal Processing …, CH Bennett, DP DiVincenzo, JA Smolin, WK Wootters. Their, This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. With Devetak, Harrow, Shor, Smolin, Thapliyal and Winter, in 2002 and 2014, he established the classical and quantum "reverse Shannon theorems", which hold that classical (resp. Verified email at Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA +1 914 224 5225 In 1979, he explored the thermodynamics of error-correction in a model of RNA transcription with and without proofreading, and in 1985 with IBM's Geoff Grinstein he showed why dissipation qualitatively stabilizes long-term memory in locally interacting systems. View Charles H. Bennett’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.